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Mycotoxin Level For Feed equipment

  • Sigma-Aldrich - Analytical Standards for Mycotoxin Analysis

    Mycotoxins are products by fungal genera like Aspergillus, Fusarium, Penicillium, etc. These toxic secondary metabolites are harmful to animal and human health if they enter the food chain via contaminated crops and fruits or through processed food and feed products. Therefore, in at least 100 countries limits are set for mycotoxin levels for food ...

    By MilliporeSigma based in Bellefonte, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Aflabind - Mycotoxin Binding Technology

    99.2-100% in vitro efficacy against AFLATOXINS may be shown. It’s a toxin binder ammonia binder and anti-caking agent with a very high cation-exchange capacity (CEC). Aflabind is suitable for use in all types of animal feed. AFLABIND contains an extremely pure form of clinoptilolite, which is a zeolite naturally formed by the ...

    By Dinatec, Inc based in Gainesville, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

  • Natural Zeolite Dairy Feed

    Many peer reviewed publications describe natural zeolite feed additive benefits upon healthy, at-risk, and disease challenged animals, the body of research indicated several possibilities: Macro and micro nutrition, ionic buffering, surface absorption. Research indicates that as natural zeolites pass through the animal and spend time in the ...

    By Ida-Ore Mining LLC based in Nampa, IDAHO (USA).

  • Zeolite Crystalline Mineral

    Natural occurring zeolite is a crystalline mineral that has been formed from volcanic ash generally over a period of between 50 to more than 350 million years ago. During this time there were many violent volcanic eruptions ejecting millions of tonnes of ash into the air which fell on both land (to form topsoil) and into water where most was ...

    By Ina Marble Zeolite based in Balikesir, TURKEY.

  • Cattle Booster - Rumen Buffering Technology

    In a normal, healthy rumen, lactic acid production equals lactic acid use.  Thus, lactic acid is rarely detectable in a healthy rumen.  However, a number of different factors can easily lead to an imbalance in lactic acid metabolism 1) resulting in acute or sub-acute acidosis.

    By Dinatec, Inc based in Gainesville, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

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